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XSpidercideX
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Posted - 04/12/2007 :  02:35:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Is it possible to get SQL Server to automatically update the table/field names in your stored procedures when changing those table/field names in the database?

khtan
In (Som, Ni, Yak)

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Posted - 04/12/2007 :  02:37:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
No. Not possible. Can't think of any other automated method also.

Best way is have your stored procedure script to file and use FIND & REPLACE to do it


KH

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Kristen
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Posted - 04/12/2007 :  03:24:45  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We mechanically generate all our CRUD procedures, that helps with name changes.

You might be able to use SYSDEPENDS to locate procedures that reference a particular object.

We use unique names for all columns in the database prefixing each column's name with a mnemonic that represents the table - so a CUSTOMER table might have columns cust_ID, cust_Name, cust_Address ... - that makes it easier to guarantee finding all instances of an object's name. We also use the column name for any temporary @variables referencing that column - so @cust_ID_Start and @cust_ID_End for variables used in a Stored Procedure for a report range. They get found too ...

We have each Sproc and Trigger in a separate text file (and in a version control system) and it is then easy to do a global find & replace.

Kristen
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